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Necklace-style radio-transmitters are associated with changes in display vocalizations of male greater sage-grouse
Radio-transmitters are used widely in wildlife research because they allow researchers to track individual animals and monitor their activity. However, to provide unbiased information about a population, transmitters must ...
Fitness landscapes and life-table response experiments predict the importance of local areas to population dynamics
Animal resource requirements differ among life-history stages, and thus, habitat is most appropriately thought of as specific to a particular life stage. Accordingly, different habitats may vary in their significance as ...